Student Parking Permits
Community Pass is presently open for students to register for a parking permit and to pay the requisite fee of $150.00. Additionally, students should use the Google Form to upload their driver’s license and automobile registration.
Questions regarding student parking permits should be addressed to Mr. O’Leary, Assistant Principal, at email@example.com.
To those students who are looking forward to parking on campus this year, parking passes will be issued at the high school on Thursday, August 25, 2022 for SENIORS and Friday, August 26, 2022 for JUNIORS.
Senior students may obtain their parking permits between 12:00 p.m. and 2:00 p.m. Thursday, August 25, 2022.
Junior students may obtain their parking permits between 10:00 a.m. and 12:00 p.m. on Friday, August 26, 2022.
Parking Permit Procedure
Parking spaces are only for senior and junior students. If you wish to obtain a parking permit (and meet the set requirements), you will be issued a pass. The cost this school year for a parking permit is $150. All students must first register for a parking permit through CommunityPass at https://register.communitypass.net. You can pay the fee with a credit card or using your checking account through CommunityPass. You will be able to register and pay as of August 13th. See CommunityPass link below. After a student has registered for parking on CommunityPass the student should report to the TMHS office with a Xerox copy of their license and a Xerox copy of their registration to pick up their parking pass.
Please be aware that a student’s parking permit may be suspended or rescinded for various infractions, including, but not limited to the following:
- Poor academic performance
- Excessive tardiness to school
- Suspension due to infraction of school rules
- Driving to endanger (speeding, recklessness, burning rubber, driving on the walkway, cutting across the rotary, not stopping at stop signs, passing cars on the driveway and leaving prior to the departure of all school buses without an administrator’s approval)
- Illegal parking (parking in unassigned or restricted areas)
- Giving your parking permit to another person
- Written citations by the Tewksbury Police Department for motor vehicle violations while driving to and from school or school related events
- Unauthorized visits to parking area and/or leaving the school grounds during the school day without permission
- Not using a seat belt as required by Massachusetts State Law
- Space restrictions (due mostly to weather)
- The production or use of counterfeit permits